My blog has moved!

You will be automatically redirected to the new address. If that does not occur, visit
and update your bookmarks.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Thank You Note Question

Rouge Waver Chris asked a great question in the comments section about the Thank You Note post on the Rouge Wave:

My penmanship, to be charitable, sucks. Is typing the body of the message too formal for a simple thank you note?

Great question, Chris, which is why I put it in a post instead of letting it languish in the comments section. No, I don't think a typed thank you note is a problem. Handwritten is obviously better but you're still going to be ahead of the pack that you sent a thank you at all.

As an aside, a book that really changed my cursive for the better - enormously - is Vimala Roger's Your Handwriting Can Change Your Life. Check it out. Seriously, it's cool. Penmanship can be reflective of other things going on; the care and time you put in to something as simple as your signature or a to-do list is an important part of being very aware and present in all that you do. Bad handwriting isn't something you are stuck with. You can change it.

There are a lot of posts on The Rouge Wave of a sudden - don't miss the First Person Essay Competition - deadline July 16th. The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to AMC Theaters, The Script Department or Amazon, your choice.

If you enjoyed this post, follow me on Twitter or subscribe via RSS.

No comments: